For the first time in my career I encountered a video file that had two different resolutions. The beginning of the video was SD resolution and after 15 frames it jumped to a resolution of 1080p. VLC player was able to correctly switch the resolution during playback and it displayed the two different resolutions also in the codec information window. But Premiere Pro didn’t understand the file properly and never switched to the higher resolution portion of it. That was a problem because I wanted to use the high resolution in my edit.Continue reading “Dealing with a multiresolution .mov file”
I feel like it’s finally time to make the switch!
I will document the questions and answer I encounter as a long time Premiere and After Effects user here in order to help other making the same switch! This post will grow as I keep learning more and encountering new issues.Continue reading “Switching from Adobe Premiere to DaVinci Resolve”
Sometimes you want to find out what parts of your image belong to the shadows, midtones or highlights. It’s not obvious how to view that in Premiere CS6 but it’s possible to do. Here’s a quick tutorial: